Friday, February 3, 2017

It’s Time to Quit These 10 Bad Ice-Fishing Habits

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Brian “Bro” Brosdahl of Max, Minnesota spends most winter days ice fishing. With decades of hard-water guiding experience under his belt - or should we say Frabill bibs - Bro has seen it all. While known for creating innovative gear and jigging presentations, Brosdahl says one of the easiest ways anglers can have more enjoyable and fish-filled ice outings is to stop making common mistakes. Here are 10 bad ice-fishing habits to shut-down this season.

1. No Self-Rescue Options
“I meet so many people on the ice that don’t have ice safety picks, or they’re not wearing them in a place where they can get them if they need to self rescue,” Brosdahl said ... Read Full Article

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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

What you need to know before fishing in Ontario Canada

What you need to know before fishing in Ontario. Includes how to get a fishing licence, Outdoors Card, city fishing, camping on crown land, and eating Ontario fish.
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To fish or hunt in Ontario, most people need a valid licence. This includes:
  • an Outdoors Card (valid for 3 calendar years)
  • fishing and/or hunting licence tags (valid for 1 or 3 calendar years)
You need an Outdoors Card before you can buy a licence tag.
A licence tag is either:
  • a separate document you carry with your plastic Outdoors Card or
  • directly printed on the back of your Outdoors Card
You must carry both an Outdoors Card and the appropriate licence tag whenever you fish or hunt.